With the wildly anticipated ending of lockdown on the 21st of June officially pushed back, many of us are trying to get inventive as we gear up for another month spent outdoors. Well, Elephant Park has just the thing to brighten up the restricted weekends ahead as it unveils its Picnic at Elephant Park outdoor dining experience.
In accordance with the commencement of National Picnic Week on the 19th of June, the south London park is offering its attendees a culinary tour across a plethora of continents, all of which can be experienced from the safety of the newly launched Elephant Springs which offer a backdrop of cascading water features and rock faces. With a menu boasting some of the finest London eateries around, park-goers can perk up with coffee and cinnamon buns from Hej Coffee, sip on icy Sapporo Beer from Kiki and Miumiu and indulge in some of Tasty Jerk’s Salt Fish Fritters. And, since you will probably want to sample most of the delicious dishes from the diverse menu, the park is offering its participants an exclusive Picnic at Elephant Park tote bag, ensuring that your dining experience is easily transportable.
With the culinary crawl available for Londoners to enjoy from the 19th of June until the 31st of August, and the new scenery of Elephant Springs providing the perfect backdrop for any day-to-night outdoor activity, it is looking like al fresco dining at Elephant Park is the only way to spend your weekends this summer.
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